Moving to the public cloud is not as simple as flipping a switch. Anthony Malakian speaks with early public cloud adopters to find out some of the lessons they’ve learned along the way.
The credit derivatives processing facility will go live on the distributed ledger platform by the end of the year.
US Consolidated Audit Trail consortium fires database processor in shock move.
WatersTechnology speaks with data specialists from all parts of the capital markets in an in-depth examination of deep learning's impact in finance.
The testing will include 15 global banks and is aimed to end by the first quarter of 2019.
As cyber attacks become more frequent and costly, banks are increasingly turning to artificial intelligence to protect their networks—but so are the criminals.
While interest in quantum computing has been slow to arrive in the capital markets, Wei-Shen, who attended this year’s Sibos conference in Sydney, says a tipping point might be soon to come.
The association will add new APIs based on the demand and feedback of its members.
Castro has more than 25 years of experience in systems development, markets infrastructure technology and exchange market data.
Waters canvasses a range of industry opinion leaders about what the defining technologies of the next few decades will be.
In a period where most stock exchanges are facing uncertain futures and are eyeing consolidation with rivals, one of the world’s largest is hitting its stride.
The Trade Information Warehouse overhaul, which had been slated for late 2018, is now scheduled for February 2019.
While IBM is set to open its 50-qubit prototype to partners early next year, the key for the company is improving qubit fidelity.
IBM’s Kathryn Guarini and Bob Sutor look at how banks are currently experimenting with quantum computers.
The investment will fund new product capabilities as well as open opportunities for acquisitions.
The LedgerConnect project aims to provide a secure network for deploying and consuming relevant information and services.
As IT systems are buckling under the pressure of modern day trading volumes and regulatory requirements, some firms are turning to AI to predict and minimize outages.
IBM has enhanced its regtech suite of services, including the integration of Armanta’s platform after the May acquisition.
Financial firms battle it out in a finite pool of talent, for the best and brightest fintech minds.
Two firms are already live on the platform, with another three soon to be up and running.
Shelving early blockchain projects has pushed the technology further into maturity, and offers lessons for the future.
Compliance officers say they are increasingly looking at AI-powered tools to help with things like surveillance, reporting and fraud monitoring.
Blockchain proponents say the technology will evolve and may beat back the decryption threat posed by quantum computing.
Armanta will be deployed within IBM’s Watson Financial Services’ financial risk unit, which grew out of the tech giant’s acquisition of Algorithmics.